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Jr/Sr High School

Tributes

The sophomores have just started reading The Hunger Games in English.  Ashley & Brennan were the lucky "tributes" picked from our class "reaping."  Instead of a fight to the death, though, they shared some . . .

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Revolutionary War Escape Room

    The 7th-grade class used their skills to break free from a Revolutionary War Escape Room.  The students were separated into four different groups.  Each group had to crack four different puzzles and . . .

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Plant Science Learns About Crop Residue

The Plant Science class was learning about crop residue.  We looked at the impact water has on our soil when there is no cover and cover.  This lab showed the importance of cover and how it can protect our topsoil.  

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STEM Club Has Arrived!!

    Diller-Odell Public Schools has recently started a STEM club. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The club will meet once a month to complete activities related to careers in STEM. This . . .

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American & Modern History Students still memorizing U.S. Presidents

High school students in two sections of American History and one section of Modern History are continuing their memorization skills of all U.S. Presidents.  This practice started when they were in 8 th Grade, and will continue until they . . .

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Mrs. Oberembt's Classes

Throughout the second quarter, Mrs. Oberembt’s social studies classes have been putting their creativity to good use. Students have been creating projects using Canva video. Students in both the 7th grade American History class, as well . . .

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NCPA ACADEMIC ALL-STATE FALL 2022-2023

Congratulations to these Griffins on being selected for the NCPA ACADEMIC ALL-STATE AWARD for FALL 2022-2023. Jason Arnold:  Football, Play Production Jaedyn Hajek: Volleyball Karli Heidemann: Volleyball Kate Kostal: . . .

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Happy Holidays

To the Griffin Students & Staff:   Happy Holidays to all.....it has been a busy 1st semester of school.  Very proud of all our students and staff for all the hard work and . . .

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Job Shadowing

In October, Makenna visited with Mother Joan Paul as part of a job shadow experience.  She had the opportunity to take a tour and ask questions about the many community activities the sisters take part in.    

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Diller-Odell Students Job Shadow

  On November 9th, 2022 two students, Xavier and Skylar completed a job shadow experience at the Great Western Dining Restaurant at SCC-Beatrice.  They had the opportunity to work with Andrew who is completing . . .

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Striv Crew Attends Conference at Midland

On Thursday, October 20th many of the Griffin Striv crew were able to attend the EMPOWER 22 Conference that was put on by Striv.  This conference was held on the campus of Midland University in Fremont.  The students listened to . . .

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Greetings from the Science Lab

    The forensics class has been hard at work learning fingerprinting techniques and ways to uncover them. Students spent time working on comparing different types of fingerprints and classifying them based on . . .

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Math 7 Adding It Up!

Math 7 students take turns working on the board to demonstrate their understanding of the new material covered in class.

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A New Type of Learning

The Department of Education has an  18-21  age  program  that  consists of specialized and individualized instruction for students that qualify for and use special education resources in their school . . .

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Yearbook Work

    2022 has proven to be a busy year for the Diller-Odell Yearbook Staff.  Ad sales have occupied much of the member’s time this fall.  Phoning businesses, filling out ad agreements, . . .

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Jefferson County Spelling Bee

The Jefferson County Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at the Jefferson County Fairground.  The 5th and 6th graders competed in the morning going 13 rounds spelling 10 words per round before all the places were . . .

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Freshman in Physical Science

The freshman physical science class recently learned how energy is related to changes in state.  Along with learning how to use Bunsen burners, they charted the temperature of water through the boiling of water and graphed their . . .

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Inspiration and Remembrance

The 5th-12th grade students and staff were treated to a very inspirational and moving message by retired Army Officer Mark Schoenrock of rural Jefferson County.  Mr. Schoenrock served his country on active duty for over 28 . . .

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Look at the Clock!!

 Geometry students came in BEFORE school to work on their Geometry assignment. (anxious for a little extra knowledge??!!)

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Mrs. Pamela Kostal's English Syllabus

Mrs. Kostal is ready to return to the classroom after an adventurous summer! To begin the year, students will go over their expectations and procedures in the English classroom. The syllabus provides some insight into those expectations. . . .

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